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Alleged violations of sovereign rights and maritime spaces in the Caribbean Sea By International Court of Justice

Alleged violations of sovereign rights and maritime spaces in the Caribbean Sea by International Court of Justice

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Contains the decisions of the Court in both the English and French texts. Each decision is published as soon as possible after it has been given, in an unbound fascicle, which is sold separately. To allow for binding, a continuous system of pagination is adopted for all the fascicles of any one year.

Alleged violations of sovereign rights and maritime spaces in the Caribbean Sea Summary

Alleged violations of sovereign rights and maritime spaces in the Caribbean Sea: (Nicaragua v. Colombia), order of 4 December 2018 by International Court of Justice

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About International Court of Justice

United Nations Publications is the official publisher for the UN and it produces over 400 titles each year. The range of subjects covered are as varied as the issues being tackled by the UN as it works for a better world for all. Since the first printing of the UN Charter, this publishing unit has been providing valued information to those in government, academia and business

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9789211573541
9211573548
Alleged violations of sovereign rights and maritime spaces in the Caribbean Sea: (Nicaragua v. Colombia), order of 4 December 2018 by International Court of Justice
New
Paperback
United Nations
2020-01-30
12
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